Topic: Bottling

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Bottling & Kegging

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There are two popular options when it comes to packaging homebrew — bottling and kegging. For many, choosing between the two is a classic case of time vs. money. Bottling is fairly


Bottling Temperature

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If this beer was properly fermented, it should have been completely fermented before you chilled it. The most reliable method to know whether a fermentation is done is to compare the specific


Bottle Bombs

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This question has a rather short, but important answer. Most breweries in the United States use “one-way” glass bottles for packaging. These bottles are lighter in weight compared to returnable bottles and are not intended


Bottle Conditioning Lagers

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Since you are new to brewing lagers, I would focus 100% of my attention to primary fermentation and how the yeast behaves when fermented at cooler temperatures. Ale brewers are accustomed to


Adjusting Homebrew After Fermentation

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Brewers often commit that five-step sequence to muscle memory. After all, a strict routine is vital in maintaining a high level of control over the countless variables affecting the beermaking process and


Mobile Canning Lines

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Mobile canners provide a great solution for small breweries that can’t afford a full-scale canning unit or don’t produce quite enough packaged beer to justify the cost.


Bottle Bombs

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Bottle bombs are really scary because glass shrapnel can cause severe injuries. The first question that always comes to my mind when hearing about this problem is “how old is your glass?”


Oxygen Absorbing Caps

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Earlier this year Ashton Lewis participated in an “Ask Mr. Wizard” Q&A on BYO’s Facebook page where questions flew in over a two-hour timeframe. He provided quick and concise answers to over


Bottle Conditioning Brett Beers

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Brettanomyces yeast strains are so-called super attenuators because they secrete enzymes that break down carbohydrate dextrins that remain in wort following mashing. The products of these enzymatic reactions are fermentable. So in


Cleaning Bottles

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Cleaning and sanitizing bottles, scaling recipes, and high temps in the hot liquor tank.


DIY Bottle Cap Designs

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Want to make your bottle stand out? Add a design to the cap using this acrylic transfer method.


Bottle Priming

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The Wizard fields questions on priming cold-crashed beers and the technique of kettle souring.


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